Haskell Track Opens 2016 Season at JCCC

Haskell Track & Field opened the 2016 season last weekend full of success at Johnson County Community College. More than a handful of Haskell athletes were able to compete with some athletes participating in their first collegiate track meet. The team was able to bring three women throwers: Brianna Anglin, Elizabeth Davey, and Terrilynn Lester. Both Anglin and Read More …

Haskell athletes share pride of Nike N7 experience

November was Native American Heritage Month. To celebrate Native American Heritage, Nike N7 made jerseys for eight universities to proudly wear. Each team had one designated night to sport the jerseys. Haskell’s night was on November 24th. The men’s and women’s basketball teams took on Baker. Both teams fought valiantly but ended up falling short. This game Read More …

Player gives inside look at Haskell men’s basketball season

The Haskell Men’s basketball team is geared up and ready to go for the 2015-16 season. They have been putting in work in the weight room and on the court since September. There is a new era underway for the men’s basketball team.  Change is the motto around Coffin Complex and the future of the men’s Read More …

Haskell volleyball hosts Avila in final home match

   The Haskell Lady Indians volleyball team (3-21) played their last home game of the 2015 season. Senior Tamara Yazzie would face Avila University (13-14) in her final game at Coffin Complex. Starting off the first set both teams would trade points back and forth finding themselves tied at 11. Avila would capitalize off of Read More …

Haskell cross country women compete at home

The Haskell Cross Country Invitational was hosted on campus Saturday. Participating were 13 colleges across the region. In the women’s race, 102 racers competed. Katherine Dillard, Benedictine College finished first with a time of 18:25 and boosting her team score that lead to a first place rank for Benedictine in the overall event. Haskell’s top female runners for the event were Cherica Eckiwaudah Read More …

Pueblo achieves goals with new swing

Most golfers at the collegiate level have been playing since a young age with summer golf camps, lessons after school, and playing in tournaments. Not for Haskell golfer Trevor Pueblo who spent every day after school swinging a bat and posting at third base. Trevor grew up in a suburb of the Dallas-Fort Worth area Read More …

Haskell volleyball tops York

The Haskell Lady Indians (2-14) came into their game against the Panthers of York College (7-16) looking to stop a twelve game losing streak. Haskell came out motivated and jumped to a 9-4 lead. The Panthers would settle down and go on a run of their own tying the first set at 13 all. From Read More …

Haskell volleyball falls short in home opener

The Haskell volleyball team (2-4) fought hard to end Central Christian College’s (5-3) 3 game winning streak on their home court. Haskell had an early lead in the 1st set, but Central Christian made a comeback to take a late lead 23-21. With a whole lot of defense by both sides, the 1st set went deep in scoring. Read More …

Haskell golf starts season strong

Haskell golf started off the season with the Central Christian Triangular along with Coffeyville Community College.  Josiah Kurley finished in third place with 148 while Steven Harshberger came in right behind him at 150. Derek Speck was also close by at 151. Haskell then took on Bethel College at a dual event in Emporia, Kansas. The team turned Read More …

Young team with big dreams

A new conference and spotlight to shine is on the horizon for the young and talented Haskell Cross Country team. This season the team will be joining the Alliance of Independent Institutions (A.I.I.), a new conference Haskell is participating in after the dissolution of the MCAC conference. “The schools are located around the United States,” says Coach Read More …